6 Items or Less (video)
What do you think–could you do it?
Wear only six clothing items for a month (not counting shoes, accessories, etc.)?
I thought that it was interesting that the woman they interviewed said, “I’m glad this month will be over soon–my clothes are starting to wear out. They’re not made to be worn like this.”
I’m currently in love with these K. Jacques sandals, and planning an acquisition for spring (which is still a long way off here). Read More
pic: vanessa jackman Read More
pics: faded youth
I love everything about Kirsten’s outfit here: Read More
I’m in love with my new Swash scarf. I questioned the intelligence of spending over $200 on…….a scarf. I hemmed and hawed. I finally ponied up for it from Net-a-Porter with some Christmas money, and wondered what was going on in my head. Read More
Continuing on with the theme of a capsule wardrobe, today we have MaiTai’s capsule wardrobes, from her scarf-tying blog of the same name.
Here is what MaiTai has to say about her capsule wardrobe: Read More
pic: vogue magazine november 2007
Following from yesterday’s post about a functional, minimalist wardrobe, we have another article about another person’s capsule wardrobe, this time stylist Aleksandra Woroniecka’s closet.
- 6 navy jackets
- 10 pairs of lean dark jeans
- 4 bags (Birkin, Chanel, and Balenciaga)
- multiple ballet flats
- 2 pendants and a ring
- multiple striped matelot sweaters and t-shirts
- a Courreges shift dress
Well, the list had me at the word “Birkin,” so I’d love it if my wardrobe looked like this someday.
What about you? What is your capsule wardrobe? What’s the minimum list of clothes that you need to feel well-dressed?
pic: mark metcalfe/getty images
Quoted from Garance Dore’s blog post: Reader’s Mailbox–Functional and Fabulous
“From Kaysi : Garance!!! Do you have any advice for creating a minimalist, functional, and fabulous wardrobe?
Mmmm… Kaysi, even if I dream of having a minimalist, functional, and fabulous wardrobe, most mornings I find myself buried under a mountain of clothes – outfits literally falling on top of me – I can never find anything and everything’s lost. Read More
I’m totally enamored with Daniel Lanois’ newest project, Black Dub. Seeing them live last year at the Aladdin Theater was quite the treat. Brian Blade is an amazing drummer, and I can’t say enough about Trixie Whitley or Daniel Lanois’ singing.
January was a month where I wore Hermes’ Un Jardin apres la Mousson, in an attempt to remember what the smell of things growing was. Read More